Had to dump out four feeders full of feed yesterday. Had two bags, one is a plasticized bag and had been using more of the other 22% protein bag for my molters lately, but there was both mixed throughout. At the bottom of the plastic feed bag found a clump of moldy feed so there was probably indetectable mold in places throughout the bag. We store ours in a can as soon as it gets here and with plastic bag, couldn't tell it had been wet at any time till we got to the bottom. That was what killed my two molting hens when their crops quit. Going to scream bloody murder at the co-op today about it. They had a basement flood about a month ago and said they dumped 1500 lbs of feed, but I bet this bag was left there. First time this has ever happened to us. Poor Skye and Kate. Their molt made them much more vulnerable to the fungus. Had to run to the only feedstore open yesterday. They didn't have my regular pellets, Tom asked for the Country Acres and they didn't have that, so they gave him two bags of Southern States, which is the first vegetarian feed my girls have had in years, but they charged him the lower price of the other for it. And their Purina scratch is pitiful, not like my usual 13% Knockout Game Bird 11 grain feed I use for scratch. But, at least the feed isn't moldy and won't kill anyone. Will have to supplement with fish for my molters, I guess. Guess the plastic bags are a hazard since water can get in the bottom seam, but you can't tell it's been wet unless the feed is all clumpy.